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is preparing to bury their youngest son. he was san jose's 42nd homicide. he was the innocent victim of one of the city's most violent crime spree. he was killed outside a 7-eleven in an attempted carjacking. services will be held at the darling fisher memorial chapel in campbell tomorrow morning at 10:00. >>> a pilot has died after crashing his small plane in calaveras county. it went down a mile south of the calaveras county airport. this is the scene near the crash near san andre yeses. the plane is described as an experimental aircraft. the pilot was the only one on board, and his identity has not been released. still no word on what caused the accident. >>> 80s icon larry hagman has died. he is probably best known as the oil baron jr ewing on "dallas." he recently revised his role on a reboot for cable. according to a newspaper linda gray and patrick duffy were at his bedside when he passed away late this afternoon. he died of cancer and was 81 years old. >>> an explosion that rocked springfield, massachusetts was caught on camera. look at this video. the blast leveled a bar and damage
are arrested and an officer injured after a party got out of control in san jose overnight. they began just before 11:00 last night'c on pat avene and lead for nearly six hours. san jose police say an officer trying to break up the party was injured whentÑ people through bottles at him and someone tried to drag the officer into the backyard. police say party-goers started jumping over fences when they arrived. things differently. >> there was like 50 policed8 officers. >> what were they doing? >> um, being aggressive. >> ama: 33 adults and nine juveniles were taken into custody, and two prime people policemen were injured. >> for the second time in a week on the same block bullets for a fire. this morning two men got out of a car and smarted -- started shifting. last saturday night man was shot to death inside his car onmy te same street. two suspects were involved. both ran away and have not been found. police say the two incidents are not related. >>> a touching memorial service for man whose was shot and killed by armed robber outside a 7-eleven start, rory park-petty ford was killed
showers move toward the south bay, san jose and sunnyvale reporting rain. more of the forecast coming up. >> ama: let's get to cornell bernard, live in millbrae. reporter: we have seen a lot of wet, wild weather all across the bay area tonight, and as leigh mentioned, not over yet. but it is creating a bit of stress for the folks from the north bay to daily city. >> the rain began falling in the north bay about 6:00. getting the attention of these neighbors who live in marin mobile home park, a place which has flooded in years past. >> neighbors have lost cars in flooding in the post, and homes have been damaged. and i lost a bunch of christmas decorations. >> with the high tides and the rain, it could flood. >> there's nothing you can do yeah. it's kind of a helpless feeling. reporter: park residents are ready for rain and high water. lots of sandbags are on standby just in case. >>> this is what happens when high tide meets rain runoff. 101 and 1 was flooded on saturday. business owners were loaded with sandbags to keep the water away and it worked. by nightfall, a new downpour sent
this afternoon, 71 degrees, and san jose with lots of sunshine in your neighborhood this afternoon, warmed up to 73. right now we have 61 in antioch, and san francisco and oakland, 55 in santa rosa, and 60 with some clear sky in san jose. here's the forecast. patchy fog overnight. don't forget, before you go to sleep tonight, time to fall back. we return to pacific standard time, so turn the clock back one hour before you go to sleep, and tomorrow also the warming trend will begin, and by monday and tuesday, temperatures inland back up into the mid-possibly even some upper 80s. here's a look at the lows tonight. upper 50s -- excuse me -- upper 40s to near 50. santa rosa, napa, 53. san francisco. i want to show you the water vapor imagery. you can get a pretty good sense that the jet stream is pushing to the north of us, and so the storm track will head to the north as high pressure starts to build in. brings us the sinking air, brings us the slight offshore warm air flow and that's going to mean warm temperatures for us as we head into monday and tuesday. heading to oakland coliseum, seeing t
>> it's happening in san jose. where firefighters is injured and several apartments heavily damaged after 3 alarm fire tore through this apartment buildin building. good evening everyone. happy thanksgiving. >> dan has the nature off. that fire began in apartment building on willow leaf drive after 8 tonight. lillian joins us live with the very latest. lillian? >>reporter: larry firefighters say this fire started in the roof attic area. these are 2 story town homes. part of the kimberly wood apartment complex and crews are mopping up. fire department got the call at 8:30 p.m. they say it appears the cause may related to a fireplace. flames most intense in the roof attic area of one unit. total of 4 units are said to be destroyed by either flames smoke or water damage and at least 10 people have been displaced from their homes. we spoke to man who rush to get his wife and kids out of the house after neighbor pounded on the door alerting them that the fire. his unit is one of the 4 destroyed. >> my 11-year-old daughter she's really sad. sad destroyed and all that stuff. >
in san francisco. livermore, 42. 46, san jose. with all these clear conditions and cold air mass, we have definitely going to see some frost tomorrow. frost advisory has been posted from mainly the north bay interior valley areas until 8:00 a.m. sunday, with lows dropping into the upper 50s to low 30s. cover your precious plants up, and don't going your -- don't forget your pets. >> ama: the weather is terrific news to skiers and others who enjoy the snow. lake tahoe received over two feet of snow since thursday. cold weather is allowing resorts to crank up the snowmaking machines just in time for the holiday weekend and thanksgiving. if you're using route 88, be aware that chains are required. >>> it's been near freezing in wine country. but that's not necessary lay bad thing. we juan to one winemaker who said cold weather is good on the grapes. >> cold tells the vines to go to sleep and that's what they need to do. had good grapes and good crop, now it's time to rest. >> ama: in the south bay, the cold weather is being blamed for a water main break in palo alto. sent water rushing into
the family and add memorial in her name. city recently added a second crosswalk there. >>> city of san jose prepare to select a new police chief they are asking for public input. tonight was the first such community meeting where residents gave their feedback about what they want in a new top cop. allen wong has the story from san jose. >> this person has to be knowledgeable. has to be a manager first and foremost. >> the goal is to get the community involved in hiring the next police chief. tonight meeting residents listed their requirements which included cultural competence. community engagement. management skills. honesty and strong crime fighting record. but the debate over hiring insider versus an outsider dominated the conversation. >> we need somebody from within the city and i think it will work better. we don't need -- too many outsiders. >> if we pick somebody from within again i would bet anybody here he would be here 4 years at the most and g.o.p. then select somebody else. we have to pay the retirement and all the this things come along with it. >>reporter: police chi
they had no choice but to open fire killing 22-year-old corporal allen of san jose early saturday morning. lillian is in the newsroom with latest on the story. >> allen was stationed in twentynine palms about an hour away from palm springs where he and his friends went out friday night. evening took a tragic turn. during 4 years with the marine corporal allen was sent over seas including a deployment to afghanistan. which is why his sudden death over the weekend makes it so hard to process for those who knew him. corral lives across the street in san jose. he served his country and then he comes him and gets shot over here. very unfortunate. >>reporter: he was shot and killed by palm springs police in a parking garage early saturday morning. police say he and his friend began yelling derogatory xhentsd to 2 officers on bike patrol. the of the zeros instructed him to turn off the car but he refused which prompted one of the officers to claim through his passenger side window. police say that's when he began stepping on the gas. >> suspect accelerated directly towards the second of
alan? >> reporter: dan and carolyn, this is just one of the intersections shutdown in east san jose to night. we are told that police -- there was an armed robbery around 9:30 and police chased them to this spot, this area where they shot it out with them. we are told one of the officers was wounded, but we don't mow his condition at this time. across the street you can see them looking for evidence over there. the gun fight happened right in front of the best western right in front of highway 101. i spoke to the desk clerk and this is what she had to say. >> i told them, wow, that's gunshots. she was like, no, it couldn't have been. but then we heard the sirens and that's when we knew there were gunshots. >> and that guest had just checked in. he said he left his 12-year-old son in the car, and that's when the gunshots went off just five yards from his son. the suspects are believed to be still on the loose. we have seen helicopters flying over this area. this intersection is shutdown right now. it is a crime scene. we have seen police officers darting in and out and around the are
dollars. this is abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> happening now in san jose. people in need are camping out at san jose food pantry. tomorrow sacred heart community services giving away thousands of food boxes for the holiday. lillian is at sacred heart where the line continues to grow. lillian? >>reporter: it's chilly out here but that's not stopping dozens of people from camping out. this is the front of the lichbility it started forming at 9:00 a.m. it's grown quite a bit since then and no doubt go around the corner during the overnight hours. they are sleeping in the cold. some are even waiting in line with their small children. this couple came prepared. >> blankets. and food t.kids and food and tent. >>reporter: this is what they are waiting for. food for the holidays. starting friday morning people in need will be able to reserve a box for thanksgiving and another one for christmas. family will also be able to seen up for to toys for the little ones. sake receipt heart community service anticipates giving away over 7000 food box and over 16,000 toys. >> some of them have
him in a position as pastor. diocese of san jose won't say why father lou lieu was stepping down but it's one month after incident that left parents outraged. during the school festival fundraiser when a group of parents noticed that a former parent and registered sex offender was volunteering at the event. tj was among a handful of parents who urged the priest to do something but the pastor resisted and told the parents to be compassionat compassionate. >> we tried to explain that to the priest. we are your foundation. parishioners looking out for the children. we have to. and it just seemed lake he should have medley felt the same way. >>reporter: father lou kept referring to a letter the man had allowing him to attend such events where children were present. diocese released the 2-year-old letter tonight but covered up the critical part of who signed off on it. bishop reportedly never authorized it and neither did the top keep t ty. diocese would only say it was not prepared by a current employee. >> whoever signed off on this should run and hide. there's no 1 to pro
redwood city, 63 san jose. clear skies, 64 san rafael and a little cooler in santa rosa right now. a look at my accu-weather seven-day forecast coming up. >> thank you. election officials believe they will be able to get everyone to the polls even in the most storm-rave venged areas of new york and new jersey. sandy's path of destruction will force voters to cast ballots at different polling places on tuesday. most of new york's public schools will re-open tomorrow. students and commuters will find more of the big apple subway system open. but many lines remain closed because of flooded tunnels and other storm damage. disney and abc are making monday a day of giving to the victims of sandy. disney is kicking things off with a $2 million donation to the american red cross. samsung will provide a dollar for dollar match up to three million for viewer donations to the american red cross abc day of giving. you can help by texting abc to 90999 to give $10 to the relief efforts. you can also call 1-800-help now or go on-line to red cross .org/abc. >>> and now a follow-up to a story we told you
. it happened after a series of at least four robberies in san jose on friday, and now police say the suspect is also connected to a homicide. abc7 news reporter lilian kim is live in san jose with the latest on the developing story. lilian? >> ama, in that crime spree, an innocent bystander was shot and killed in front of the 7-eleven. friends dropped off flowers in his memory. police say two men are responsible for the murder, but so far only one is in custody dough. custody. wilbanks is already under arrest, and now san jose is looking -- san he say police are looking for his partner in crime. but they don't have a name or description because both men were said to be wearing ski masks during the crime spree that left one dead and a police officer wounded. it is san jose police officers association is offering a rare $10,000 reward in hopes that someone can lead them to the second suspect. >> h is thought something -- this is not something done routinely, but these are extraordinary circumstances. two of our officers barely walked away to their families with their lives. >> it happened abou
armed robberies and a shootout that injured a san jose police officer on november 16th. >>> a south bay woman being called a hero and for good reason. what she did to rescue a special needs child from a flaming bus. >> and three bay area cities have become a gang battleground. how city leaders are fighting back tonight to save their streets. >> and vampire face-lifts are a new trend in cos met sick surgery. why you may want to over look the gruesome name as an alternative to botox. and then on "nightline." >> coming up next on "nightline" powerball machines are cranking across america tonight as countless dreamers bet on a half billion dollar jackpot. we will separate the mass from the emotion. and the young star of a hit tv sitcom stages a moral rebellion. that's on "nightline." >> abc7 news at 11:00 co >>> there is a growing gang problem on the peninsula where a coalition of police chiefs is banding together. the top cops from menlo park and palo alto spoke before the menlo park city council about their latest strategy. abc7 news reporter alan wang was at that meeting tonight. >> in j
as a volunteer at the st. francis school festival last month according to our media partner, the san jose media news. someone recognized him as sex offender and notified a santa clara deputy on site. but he wasn't arrested because he had a letter with written permission from a church official to be there. he is a registered sex offender who had reached a plea deal with the d.a. for molesting a young relative more than a decade ago. but he was at the school festival working the sound system with little to no supervision with hundreds of kippedder garden through eighth grade students in attendance according to the mercury news. the pastor at st. francis and the diocese of san jose told the newspaper they had no information on the source of the letter granting permission to be on school property. so of course that begs the question is the letter even valid? and who if anyone in the church or the diocese wrote that letter? those are the things the sheriff's department is still investigating. reporting live in san jose, leslie brinkly, abc7 news. >> leslie, thank you. in oakland, a five-year-old boy
. almost an inch in santa rosa and an inch and a half at mount saint helena. san jose, .16. .20 around hayward and concord and livermore picked up .41 of an inch. not bad for a storm that came through here recently. here are the highlights. clouds and fog overnight. partly sunny tomorrow. we are looking at sunnier and warmer weather for the weekend. it gets warmer on monday. tomorrow morning, i just lowered these temperatures. it will be a cool start. mid40s around santa rosa and half moon bay. napa, vallejo, fairfield, grab a sweater or jacket. 49 in santa cruz. low 50s around the bay. and you will see some fog and low clouds once again. here is a look at the satellite and radar. this is a system that went through. it is to the south. high pressure is now in command of the weather. look what is knocking at our door. we are seeing the first sign of clouds with a large system that is basically parked in the pacific. this is going to steer northward. we don't have to worry about rain in this system. it is looking good if you have outdoor plans. tomorrow morning starting out with some clo
with san jose. it's going to be a warmer forecast, a good 10-15 degrees above average monday and tuesday. you will feel the november heat. don't hear that very often. tomorrow morning, cool side, mid 40s to mid 50s. you'll see high clouds around. fog could be dense in the morning. this is the system that we're watching. it's not really that impressive. a weak front that is approaching. all it is doing is throwing high clouds our way and again tomorrow. it's bumping into this ridge of high pressure so we're not going to see any rain. it's going to remain dry right through the weekend. with the computer animation, few clouds in the morning. clouds fall apart as the front paul's apart. we're in for warmer days this weekend both saturday and monday and tuesday, record highs are likely. we are going to be talking about election day, possibly being a record setting day temperature-wise. 72 in san jose. 74 for los gatos. 72 in santa clara. on the peninsula, 67 millbrae, low 70s palo alto and mountain view. 67 in half moon bay. 68 degrees in san francisco. 64 in sunset district. north bay commun
today. we set nearly a dozen records. oakland airport and sfo, degrees, and moffet field, 83. san jose, 84. gilroy, 90. salinas airport, 96. and hollister, 91 today. i'll be back to let you know if this record-breaking heat will repeat again for election day, and talk about major changes coming later this week. >> dan: developing news out of san rafael. three people in custody for the death of a baby at a day care. a four-month-old died on october 23rd at the magic place children's center, which is -- an occupation showed the baby died of suffocation. investigators believe the bedding cut off the child's away, police arrested three people, including the opener of the day care. they were booked on charges of involuntary manslaughter. >> an oakland woman says she'll never forget in the tight in the giants won the world series. it turn into a night of terror when she was severely burped by a bonfire in the mission district. we're live in san francisco with her frightening story. reporter: we were on market street tonight where one of many bonfires were set the night the giants won the wor
hours. you will notice a sharp contrast from north to south. san jose .20 of an inch. in oakland just after an inch and came down good at times. just over an inch in napa. almost two and a half inches of rain. it is gone. here is where we are in terms of season. 121% of average in san francisco. running 90% of normal in oaknd la. san jose is still lagging at 63. and you can see sacramento is above average. ukiah is just a little bit below where you should be. here is the forecast, clear and chilly overnight. patches of fog for the interior valleys and look for sunny and mild weather for thanksgiving. tomorrow morning if you have early plans to travel, watch out for the fog in the valleys. temperatures will be running low. it will be cold. make sure you bundle yourselves up. the temperatures will be in the upper 30s around fairfield. 37 napa and 37 santa rosa. most other areas will be in the 40s except san francisco down to 50 degrees. here is a look at the satellite and the radar. the cold front that came through brought us the rain. it is long gone. now the high pressure starts to pu
francisco warmed to 58 degree. it was 58 in antioch you can see as well as livermore and san jose the toasty part of our area, 62 degrees. santa cruz was 63. so here is a look at our current readings. getting chilly. 37 in fairfield and already 40 in napa and santa rosa. 51 san francisco and 50 for oakland right now. we have 42 in livermore and 45 in san jose. and we will look for temperatures to be not as cold tonight thanks to the cloud cover that will insulate us a bit. it does look like showers will return by week's end and a pretty good rain maker expected next sunday as well as monday. the lows tonight will keep things a little above the freezing mark. santa rosa 33. 34 for napa by tomorrow morning. 47 for san francisco. 40s elsewhere around the peninsula and all wait down toward san jose. 43 and 41 in antioch. now here is the set up for tomorrow. high pressure is building in. you will notice pretty good looking frontal system to the north and west. most of the energy will stay to the north. tomorrow at least we will look for clouds and as the high builds in, it will bring warmer tempe
francisco is checking in at 54 degrees with light fog and 48 mountain view and 48 san jose. it is 46 right now in livermore. our forecast, low clouds and pockets of dense fog overnight. it will be a dry day and a cooler day for your monday, and then storms will begin to roll in here by the end of our workweek. this will mean the return of rain which could be heavy at times and very gusty winds. you will notice that the fog is carting to shift inland, especially near the coast and the bay. the peninsula and valley area, slow down. could slow down the commute and possibility of flight delays at sfo. 40s across the bay area and a few midto upper 30s as you head up to santa rosa and napa for the early morning hours. now let's get to these changes this week. by wednesday we will look for storm number one to bring the bay area rain and wind. another system, storm number two, will move in thursday night and friday. storm number two could actually bring us rain heavy at times and could be stronger than the storm that moves in on wednesday. let's go ahead and get the forecast in motion here. this i
other and there are more problems. she didn't deserve to be killed. >> san jose police say someone made a 9-1-1 call from the home around 5:30 in the morning and then hung up. about an hour later harper says police found his aunt 54-year-old patricia in the home dead. detectives aren't saying how she died, but they say the suspect is her husband, 50-year-old troy edwardth acenzo. his uncle is soft spoken, but he is a black belt in martial arts. once between the two of them at home and once with harper's father who has never cared for harper or his siblings. >> why did you beat up your dad? >> to teachers and him a lesson? >> why? >> take care of your kids. why should i take care of your kids? >> neighbors say police have been there several times for problems with harper and problems between his uncle and aunt fnlt. >> police believe 50-year-old troy is driving a gray 2006 chevrolet silverado puck up truck with california license plate 8l70015. he is wanted for murder. reporting live in san jose, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. the man who holds our nation's secrets abruptly re
, vic. >>> joining us with analysis is melinda jackson of san jose state. she is an associate professor of political science and research director for the survey and policy research institute at san jose state. >> her areas of interest are public opinion, civic engagement and political participation. she is also an expert in polling. let's talk about the polls. pretty much dead on accurate. no real surprises tonight at all, right? >> that's right. everything we have seen tonight was predicted by the polls. so despite some doubts that were raised in the last few weeks, the polls performed very well this year. >> what does that say about polling? is it an accurate process? >> the challenges have gotten much more severe in the last two years. fewer and fewer people are picking up the phone and answering these polls. more people have a cell phone and they are harder to reach. but the polling world is adapting to those changes, and as we can see we have a real election to compare it to and they were right on this year. >> it seemed like the obama campaign was really dialed into all of this.
in livermore, concord, 45 in san jose and you will notice low 50s around half moon bay. the high clouds and patches of fog. we are watching the clouds as you look at the satellite and radar. we have high pressure that will provide us with dry weather for a couple more days. but there is a storm developing far offshore, and this is the system that will bring our first possibility of rain. we will just see the high clouds tomorrow. another mild day. in the upper 60s to low 70s. then the clouds will begin to thicken. there could be a little drizzle developing around the monterey bay. the rain arrives on friday and snow is expected in the mountains and mixing in with rain as early as friday. here are the ski resorts opening as soon as tomorrow. heavenly, they are both opening tomorrow. squaw valley and alpine meadows opening this coming friday. initially the snow levels are going to be very high around 6500 feet with the next couple systems. but the snow level is dropping down 5,000 feet as we head to the latter part of the weekend. they will certainly be getting fresh powder. look at these
90 minutes because of rain and the low cloud ceiling. oakland and san jose mineta airport have no delays. if you are going to the sierra interstate 80 is open with no chain controls. holiday flights will continue despite a strike authorization vote by flight attendants. union leaders will continue with federal mediation for the time being. >> a warning about thieves targeting homes for packages left at the door by delivery drivers. they are called porch pirates, and they are especially aggressive in fremont. nick smith is live at the police station where one woman was caught on tape. nick? >> reporter: absolutely, carolyn, good evening. you know, the holidays can mean on-line shopping and pack kennels left at your door. but police say it is also an opportunity for thieves to make off with your goods. do you know this woman? they are asking to help identify the thief who stole a package in broad daylight. trevor is the homeowner and the man who caught the whole thing on tape. >> watching the video i can tell she had a lot of practice. she is good at looking nonshaw lont and walk
. santa rosa over an inch and oakland .23 and san jose .16. peak wind gusts 65 to 75 miles an hour. the photo you are looking at, you may be seeing scenes like this over the next several days. we do have more rain coming. so just be careful. the temperatures right now are in the 50s, and here are the highlights. the next storm in the north bay is thursday by midday. wet and windy for the entire bay area on friday and saturday. and it is going to be stormy on sunday morning with some flood concerns as we head into the weekend. here is a look at the storms. storm number two will bring heavy rain. it spreads south very slowly between thursday and friday. storm number three is coming through over the weekend with widespread wind and rain from saturday afternoon through sunday. so let's take a closer look at what is coming, 11:00 tonight maybe a few spotty showers. 5:00 a.m. for the commute north of santa rosa and we will see some rainfall really not expected to be heavy. the rain line starts to move farther south by 1:00 p.m. but it is really not until 5:00 p.m. we start to see some ra
is lightening up. we are seeing some rainfall right now and a brief downpour around the novato area, san rafael and heading out toward the central bay here from san francisco to san ramon, fremont and getting into the san jose area. the rain is not through with us just yet. live doppler 7hd will be tracking more showers for the morning commute. i will be back with the details coming right up. >> thanks very much. >>> developing news, two children trick-or-treating in the rain were hit by a car in santa rosa. police say there were adults with the children who tried to stop them from entering a crosswalk and running into the path of a car. a four-year-old girl and a ten-year-old boy were hit. now, the good news here is they are expected to recover. the driver stopped at the scene on north dutton avenue and we are told is cooperating with police. >>> new at 11:00, san francisco police just released new images of the arsonists caught in the act of torching a muni bus. the crowd of revelers turned violent after the world series victory in detroit. ama dates is live in san francisco. >> carolyn, the
in the south bay. alma deny expressway. san jose north first street lighting showers at this hour but the winds are kicking up and it will get even rougher for the morning commute. look at the sierra nevada some of the highest elevation starting to l and state route 4. strong winds morning commute. rain continues on saturday and it's stormy on sunday with flooding possible so let's get rate to the storm. it's a very large circulation. thing that concerns me about this one is it's slow moving. look at the moisture it stretches all the way out across the pacifica. sub tropical moisture bill only allow the rainfall to linger. so it is slow moving and soake soaker. 11:00 p.m. tonight heaviest rain in the north bay as you can see here. computer animation takes you in. 4 a.m. we see the heaviest rain folk news the north bay. slow goin going. by 6:00 a.m. barely shift into the east bay. down towards the south bay and at 8:00 a.m. it's intense. continue to see strong gusty win. of course lightning is possible. isolated thunderstorms. we head into 10:00 a.m. hasn't moved
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